The Internet plays a vital role in our lives, enriching our lives and enabling us to be more productive and efficient. Despite its importance, most people take the Internet for granted and never spend a minute to reflect on the amazing technologies that make it possible. Yet without the vast array of interconnected servers that form the backbone of the World Wide Web, it would be impossible for us to enjoy our modern lifestyle.
Modern web servers are amazing machines, capable of serving thousands of visitors at the same time. Some servers are home to multiple sites that share the hardware resources of the machine, while others, called dedicated servers, are used to host a single website or application. The configuration of the server is crucial for the proper functioning of the hosted applications with the most important hardware components of a server being the processor and the memory modules (RAM). Let’s take a look at some of the technical aspects that you should consider before purchasing a Windows dedicated hosting plan, including processing capabilities, storage, and network.
Get a Windows dedicated web server that is equipped with state of the art CPUs and RAM modules
Every single operation executed by a Windows dedicated server requires processing power. The central processing unit (CPU) is put to use every time a visitor clicks on a link, makes a search query, or downloads a file, and for this reason, the CPU is the most important component of a web server. If you plan to buy a Windows dedicated hosting solution, you should make sure that the server is equipped with a powerful processor that can handle intense traffic without overloading.
JaguarPC’s Windows dedicated hosting solutions are powered by state-of-the-art processors provided by industry-leader Intel. Depending on your performance needs and budget, you can go for a single-processor configuration that uses multi-core Xeon CPUs, or a dual processor setup with multi-core Xeon processors. No matter what configuration you choose, you will reap the benefits of using the latest processing technology – high performance and efficiency.
Processing power alone is not enough to ensure the performance of a Windows dedicated web server. Another aspect to consider when comparing Windows dedicated hosting solutions is the RAM. Random access memory (RAM) temporarily stores the information that is processed by the server. If the RAM is insufficient, the operations are queued, which leads to slower loading times for website visitors. Modern web servers have at least 4GB of RAM, but it is recommended to go for the Windows dedicated web hosting solutions that offer more RAM.
Other technical specs that you should analyze when choosing a Windows dedicated hosting provider include storage space and backup technology. Even if storage space does not directly affect the load times for the hosted website, it is still a good idea to select a Windows dedicated hosting plan that features plenty of hard disk space, while leaving your website room to grow in the future.
Quality always comes first with JaguarPC Windows dedicated hosting solutions
JaguarPC has been a leading player in the Windows dedicated hosting industry for more than a decade. During this time, hundreds of customers have benefited from JaguarPC’s commitment to quality, a philosophy that reflects in the company’s relentless effort to stay on the leading edge of the hosting industry.
All Windows dedicated web hosting solutions offered by JaguarPC are powered by state-of-the-art multi-core processors and generous amounts of RAM. JaguarPC is proud to use hosting technology provided by SuperMicro, one of the top suppliers of quality web servers. The equipment used in JaguarPC’s data centers is fully owned and monitored by teams of onsite specialists that can quickly intervene when necessary. With JaguarPC’s Windows dedicated servers, you can rest assured that your website works at its full potential.
To analyze the specs of JaguarPC’s Windows dedicated servers or to order a dedicated hosting plan, visit www.jaguarpc.com or call 1-800-659-9585.